A story that I think that the whole world needs to hear…
So I was visiting with some friends the other night while I was getting my tattoo touched up and my friend (who was touching up my tattoo) asked me if I had read the story online about the tattoo artist in Iowa who got the greatest revenge on his girlfriend.
I, of course, had not, so he began telling me the story. And let me tell you, for all of you who are reading this, this story is one of the best revenge stories I have heard in a very very long time.
So the story begins with a couple who have been dating for a while and the women starts to cheat on her boyfriend. A little while after she starting cheating on him he found out. He didn’t tell her that he knew and she had no idea that he had found out.
One night when she was out with her friends partying she decided that she was going to go and get a tattoo at her boyfriend's tattoo parlor. When she got there he noticed that she was beyond wasted but he didn’t want to miss his chance to get back at her for cheating on him.
Anyways, after noticing that she was wasted he had her sign a consent form saying that she allowed him to tattoo her and after she signed the consent form it was history for girl and a world of wonders to the tattoo artist/boyfriend soon to be ex-boyfriend.
It turns out that he was not going to give the tattoo that the girl had originally thought that she was thinking. She passed out from being too intoxicated in the tattoo chair and when she was passed out he decided to tattoo this to cover her entire back….
(Yep for those of you who may not be able to see it, this is a tattoo of a pile of dog poop surrounded by flies. )
When she woke up the next morning she not only had an incredible headache but she also discovered this on her back.
But when she tried to sue her now ex-boyfriend for tattooing this on her she was unable to do it because she had signed that little “consent form”.
Talk about revenge huh?
Update: The Smoking Gun claims the story is bogus, a story I found when I had to get the image for this story.
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